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nigh

adverb, preposition   /naɪ/ old-fashioned or literary
near casi She must have written nigh on (= nearly but not quite) 50 books. The time is nigh (= it is nearly time) for us to make a decision.1896
(Definition of nigh from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nigh

adverb /nai/
an old word for near cerca The end is nigh.
well-nigh adverb
nearly; almost prácticamente It was well-nigh midnight when he arrived.
(Definition of nigh from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “nigh”
in Vietnamese ở gần (từ cổ)…
in Malaysian hampir…
in Thai ใกล้มาถึง…
in French près (de)…
in German nahe…
in Chinese (Simplified) 临近,接近…
in Turkish yakın, yakında…
in Russian близко…
in Indonesian dekat…
in Chinese (Traditional) 臨近,接近…
in Polish blisko…
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